Sachse Child Care
Dedicated To Enriching The Lives Of Children
Openings coming in May 2016
Children Learn By:
Interviews conducted after hours
I provide quality childcare in home for children ages 6 weeks to age 3. I offer a "Daycare center Set-up" with out the costly center prices. Here, your child will receive the personal attention they deserve that may not always be possible in a large center.
I believe the work of children is play and they learn best in an active play environment where concepts can be introduced as they relate naturally to what is going on around them. Child care should be a partnership between parent and provider working together to promote the development of the whole child. A mutual respect and good communication are vital to this relationship.
Children need to be surrounded by opportunities for learning. The first five years are critical for brain development and children need the love and consistency of a secure attachment to their caretaker to thrive. By providing the materials and opportunities to them on a daily basis, I strive to instill a love of learning and a joy in the world around them. I do have structured activities and circle time, but I also give them plenty of time to create and explore individually and as a group and on their own.
Play is an important part of a child's development. It is how young children understand the world around them. Some of the activities the children engage in are art, sensory play and music. We have story time and outdoor play. Each child is given the opportunity to express him/her in independent and group play, but I also make sure to spend one on one time with each child throughout the day.
At Sachse Child Care the children have the chance to develop important first friendships. A family group daycare provides them with opportunities to form close relationships with other children. Establishing a consistent, nurturing relationship with a primary caregiver is also important to the development of young children. These are some of the many advantages of choosing family childcare for your child.